Allen "Robot" Van Wert teaches his approach to developing technique necessary for fast playing.
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Learn fundamental and advanced exercises from technical wizard Allen Van Wert like, picking, tapping, endurance, and many more.Begin the Course
Allen kicks off his technique series with a primer lesson on right hand picking.
Allen shows you the 24 rudiments crucial to developing finger dexterity.
Allen shows an amazing muscle building exercise that really works out the left hand!
This lesson covers an exercise that works on all the major picking techniques.
Allen shows you a great exercise set that helps with synchronizing your hands as well as stretching your left hand.
Allen Van Wert explains his system of programming, reinforcing, and forgetting primary functions of guitar playing. This system is a long term practice routine that will take some time to fully implement but the benefits are great.
This is the next step after you have learned Allen's "system". If you follow Allen's teachings you are sure to have a deep understanding of intervals and scales.
First, Allen gives a pop quiz for you to check your own ability to visualize the fretboard. Then he gives exercises for programming your triad arpeggios.
Allen Van Wert shows you how to apply his systematic practice approach to 7th arpeggios. If you are just discovering this series make sure to start at the beginning or some things may not make sense.
Allen briefly explains how he refers to modes in the context of this lesson and then shows you how to grow your knowledge of the fretboard.
Get out of that rut with these exercises from Allen Van Wert!
Allen returns to his speed and technique lesson series with a look at the basics of tapping. This lesson will act as a primer for more advanced tapping concepts and eventual speed increases as well!
Allen is back with the next installment in his look at tapping. In this lesson Allen discusses and demonstrates how you can use tapping to easily extend your range while playing.
Allen is back with more tapping goodness! This time around, he discusses single string tapping.
By this time you should have a pretty strong grasp of tapping basics and be proficient at tapping on one string. In lesson 15 of his Speed and Technique series, Allen starts working you up to tapping on multiple strings!
In this lesson Allen demonstrates an octave displaced, tapped, minor pentatonic scale. This can be useful for solo work and getting around chord changes!
Allen is back with a comprehensive look what what many people call "Touch Tapping." Allen likes to describe this as emulating a keyboard on the guitar.
Now that you should have most of the tapping techniques under your fingers, it's time to put them all together. In this lesson Allen provides you with a piece of music that encompasses all of the techniques he's taught.
To wrap up his current film session and look at the speed and technique series, Allen provides a lesson based around exercises to build your string skipping technique.
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A good blend of exercises, theory, and practical explanations
all of the above!
Allen has an excellent lesson plan along with a people friendly delivery method.
Awesome just what I've been looking for. Thank you so much
awesome explanation of efficiency of picking
wow, its a killer. thanks. You make it look so easy;-)
awesome teacher !!! love his instruction !!
However, unless I missed it. There was no explanation as to where the right hand is. He doesn't really say what fret is going to work with the tapping.
I like Allen's approach and exercises.
It really help increase he endurance of the left hand ..something everybody should do....Although I already knew this hing intutively when i saw kirk hammet playing on a show but the way Allen puts it is really methodical
liked the teacher and material
These exercises are great for warm up exercises. Very intense! No matter the skill level, Allen takes everyone to another level of intensity.
This guy is likeable as heck because he seems to be okay with the world